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Servicing the Solomon Islands for 50 years

ONE of the country’s longest serving businesses, Solomon Motors yesterday marked its 50 years of service in the country.

SI still tops rank on ‘expensive power cost’

ELECTRICITY cost in the Solomon Islands remains a most expensive commodity in the Pacific region and remains one of the highest in the world.

New B’ville mining laws fails customary landowners: critics

A legal analysis commissioned by the Mineral Policy Institute says Bougainville’s new Mining Law fails to protect the rights of local people.

TTV is Telekom owned

Our Telekom says its television, Telekom TV, is 100 per cent owned by the company.

Lifelong rebel with a cause

After a busy morning speaking at a violence prevention forum and dealing with a batch of media interviews and countless handshakes, Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre coordinator Shamima Ali finally has a few hours to relax until her next meeting in the evening.

ABC/AAP: After 14 Auckland failures in the past 28 years, trips to Eden Park have become like Groundhog Day for the Wallabies.

SI to vie in basketball Oceania Championship

With 100 days to go, FIBA Oceania is pleased to announce that ten teams have entered into both male and female divisions of the FIBA U19 championship to be held at Vodafone Arena in Suva Fiji from 1-6 December 2014 and Solomon Island is one.

Pacific games broadcasters revealed

2015 Pacific Games is pleased to announce two domestic television broadcasters who will provide coverage of the Games.

NZ men join strongest ever Oceania Sevens

IRB - For the first time in the tournament's history, the All Black Sevens are set to compete in Oceania's regional Sevens competition.

New FIFA Project development in Santo

Football in Vanuatu has received a major fillip with an upgrade of the Sokka City Stadium in Luganville, Santo Province.